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Ipoh Car-Free Day 1 Malaysia Edition (Sept 2016)

Sep 28, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events
1. bicycles ready early in the morning

Some 7,000 Ipohites joined in September’s Ipoh Car-Free Day, which had the theme of “1 Malaysia”. This eleventh edition of the monthly event was attended by Ipoh City Mayor Dato’ Zamri Man and Council Secretary Mohd Zakuan Zakaria. Non-governmental agencies participated in the event alongside government agencies. They were Day Break, Persatuan Pemulihan Orang Cacat, […]

Making Kuih Lemper

Sep 27, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
8. delicious!

Today, I would like to share the recipe for Kuih Lemper, a traditional Javanese snack. I learnt this when I was visiting Kampung Sijangkang, a village in Kuala Langat where its population is primarily of Javanese descent. I was in the Eat.Travel.Write 4.0 delegation where we explored the different food of the people of that ... continue reading »

2. Wak Dol Soto's signature soto

Operated by Jefri Bin Tabuti, 49, and assisted by his wife, Fazliza Ayob, 47, Wak Dol Soto is said to offer the most delicious bowl of soto in Banting! The soto, with its chicken broth, by itself is already very appetising but adding a dash of sambal makes it even more memorable. Although soto is considered ... continue reading »

1. welcome to Chop 'n' Grill, Banting

One of the rare eateries in the area to offer Western food, we actually came to Chop 'n' Grill Kanchong for local food, as you can see from these photos! Located along the main road, Chop 'n' Grill is a popular hang-out place too, with its cosy garden setting. Following Western trend, Ladies Night is every Thursday, ... continue reading »

4. a worker packs the chips to be added with flavour later

I can't start to eat chips or I will have trouble stopping. This goes for all varieties of chips! Therefore, my visit to Ros Kerepek in Banting was a great temptation as I had trouble deciding what items to buy. I wanted them all! With this visit, I also understood, finally, why no matter how ... continue reading »

1. Kelanang Beach in banting

Kelanang Beach is just five minutes drive from the famed Morib Beach (Pantai Morib). I have no idea why one stretch of beach is more famous than the other when both are extensions of one another. The fact that this is the Strait of Malacca means that the water here is murky and the sand is ... continue reading »

1. a traditional house in Kg. Endah, Banting

No matter how I try to adapt to homestays in a kampung environment, I just can't get used to it. What can I say? I am a city girl through and through! I don't mind visiting, though, to see how much the homestay business has improved over the years! Our visit to Kampung Endah in Banting ... continue reading »

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